<p>Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.</p>


Title Date published
13 | Natural Disasters and the End of the Roman Empire 2017-12-14
12 | Justinian the Great and the Reconquest of the Western Empire 2017-12-07
11 | How Latin Became the Romance Languages 2017-11-23
10 | Big Business, Small Business, and the Rise of Capitalism 2017-11-16
9 | The Rise of Capitalism and the Early Modern Economic Explosion 2017-11-09
Interview: Christianizing the Roman Empire with Professor Lisa Bitel 2017-11-02
8 | The Decline and Fall of the Roman City 2017-10-19
7 | The Roman City 2017-10-12
Interview: Historian Dan Jones on the Knights Templar 2017-10-05
Interview: Dr. Jennifer Raff on DNA and History 2017-09-21
6 | Life as a Mercenary in the Military Revolution 2017-09-14
5 | The Military Revolution, 1350-1650 2017-09-07
Interview: Podcaster and Author Mike Duncan on the End of the Roman Republic 2017-08-24
4 | How the Eastern Roman Empire Survived Attila the Hun and the Disastrous Fifth Century 2017-08-17
3 | Why Didn't the Eastern Roman Empire Fall? 2017-08-10
2 | The Rise of the State 2017-07-20
1 | The Ebb and Flow of History 2017-07-20
Introducing Tides of History 2017-07-07

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